What is life?
Life is the state of a material, complex or individual, characterized by the capacity to perform certain functional activities which include metabolism, growth, reproduction, and some form of responsiveness and adaptation.
What are the characteristics of living things?
Create a table with two columns with the headings living and non-living and place the following under the appropriate columns.
Frog, snail, ovule, liver, flower petals, hair follicles, carbon dioxide, tear ducts, heart, peas, algae, herpes virus, fertilized duck eggs, wheat grass, sperm, fish, apple tree, bee, ears, finger nails, crab, larvae, E. coli, slug, turtle shell, orange, fly.
Frog, snail, ovule peas, algae, herpes fertilized duck eggs, wheat grass, sperm, fish, apple tree, bee, larvae, E. coli, slug, , fly.
liver, flower petals hair follicles carbon dioxide, tear ducts, heart , ears, finger nails turtle shell, orange
What is a cell?
Cells are the basic unit of living organisms.
List in sequence the levels of biological organization in the human body beginning with the cell
Cells Tissues OrgansOrgan SystemsOrganisms
Differentiate between a photoautotroph and chemoheterotroph Photoautotrophic organisms make their own food
Chemoheterotrophic organisms obtain energy from the oxidation of organic compounds 7.
What is photosynthesis and where does it take place?
Photosynthesis is a process used by plants and other autotrophic organisms to convert light energy, normally from the sun, into chemical energy that can be used to fuel the organisms' activities. Carbohydrates, such as sugars, are synthesized from carbon dioxide and water Photosynthesis is the means by which plants harvest light energy to make their own food it takes place in the chloroplast. 8.
Explain the photosynthetic process using and equation
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